Satoru Chamberlain, MD

Dr. Satoru Chamberlain is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hand surgery and in the care of people who have hand, finger, wrist, arm, elbow, or shoulder injuries and conditions.

The focus of Dr. Chamberlain’s practice is hand surgery, along with surgery for injuries and disorders of the wrist, fingers, arm, elbow, and shoulder (hand and upper extremity). He takes care of many people who have work-related injuries or conditions.

Dr. Chamberlain is currently working on an orthopaedic research project to assess the performance of an implant to replace damaged bone in the forearm.

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  • Education
  • Qualifications
  • Locations
  • M. D.
    1986 — University of Queensland, Australia
  • Member, Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies
    2002-Present
  • Private practice, England and Australia
    1995-2002
  • Fellowship in Hand Surgery
    1995-1996 — Pulvertaft Hand Centre, Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Derby, UK
  • Extended Residency in Total Joint and Rheumatology
    1994 — Orthopaedic Surgery — Greenslopes Private Hospital, Australia
  • Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery
    1993 — Mater Misericordiae Public Hospital, Australia
  • Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery
    1992 — Ipswich Hospital, Australia
  • Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery
    1991 — Royal Brisbane Hospital, Australia
  • Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery
    1990 — Gold Coast Hospital, Australia
  • Residency in General Surgery
    1987-1989 — Princess Alexandra Hospital, Australia
  • Fort Collins
  • Loveland
  • Greeley

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Satoru Chamberlain, MD

Dr. Satoru Chamberlain is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hand surgery. He has patient appointments in our Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley, CO, offices.

He specializes in the care of people who have hand, finger, wrist, arm, elbow, or shoulder injuries and conditions.

Dr. Chamberlain holds board certification through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

He has completed his fellowship (advanced) training in hand and upper extremity surgery. Dr. Chamberlain completed his fellowship in 1996 at the prestigious Pulvertaft Hand Centre in Derby, United Kingdom.

The focus of Dr. Chamberlain’s practice is hand surgery, along with surgery for injuries and disorders of the wrist, fingers, arm, elbow, and shoulder (hand and upper extremity). He takes care of many people who have work-related injuries or conditions.

He sees patients from OCR’s service area of northern Colorado, Wyoming, and Western Nebraska. He performs surgery at hospitals and surgery centers in Fort Collins and Loveland.

Dr. Chamberlain is joined by Steven Seiler, MD, Bret Peterson, MD, and Chris Stockburger, MD, in Orthopaedic Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery.

Dr. Chamberlain is currently working on an orthopaedic research project to assess the performance of an implant to replace damaged bone in the forearm. The implant is made of pyrocarbon, a form of carbon similar to graphite that is known for its durability. Several other physicians at OCR are also participating in this research, which has been approved by the University of Colorado Health (Poudre Valley Health System) Institutional Review Board (IRB).

Outside of medicine, Dr. Chamberlain enjoys spending time with his family and traveling back to enjoy the “Down Under” wonders of Australia!

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